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Royal Jelly

WHAT IS ROYAL JELLY?
Royal Jelly, the queen of super foods, is a thick, nutritious, creamy liquid produced by the mandibular glands of worker bees to feed the queen bee. The queen bee is fed royal jelly during its developing stages, and is not only bigger in size than other bees, but lives significantly longer. The queen can lay up to 3,000 eggs a day.

Royal Jelly is a protein based food that supplies all the B-Vitamins, Vitamin A, C, D, E and K, more than a dozen key minerals, 18 amino acids, and a high content of nucleics (RNA & DNA). It is also full of antioxidants, making it an excellent super food for daily consumption.

THERAPEUTIC & TRADITIONAL BENEFITS:
In Asian cultures, Royal Jelly is considered a longevity tonic that stimulates immunity and vitality. Royal Jelly is used to maintain reproductive health and libido and contributes to healthy sexuality. It helps to regulate hormonal cycles and boosts fertility. Royal jelly can help to alleviate stress, tiredness and a lack of sexual energy.

STUDIES SHOW THAT ROYAL JELLY CAN HELP WITH:

  • Controlling Cholesterol
  • Tumors
  • Reducing Inflammation
  • Effects of Antibiotics
  • Healing Wounds
  • Reducing the Signs of Aging
  • Regulating Body Weight
  • Improving Fertility in Both Men and Women
  • Treatment of Diseases (Stomach Ulcers, Alzheimer’s and Diabetes)

Suggested Dosage: Take 1/3 to 1/2 teaspoon per day. Keep Royal Jelly Frozen.

ROYAL JELLY PRODUCTION:
For the Royal Jelly producer, it is important to use early stage larvae to have a large amount of Royal Jelly to extract and produce.

The quantity of Royal Jelly production depends on three factors:

  • Bee protein consumption in the colony.
  • Size of bee population.
  • Source of pollen and honey flow are produced naturally by bees.

Factors that could prevent Royal Jelly production:

  • Protein deficiency in the colony.
  • Disease (Nosema Apis, Nosema Serama, Amoeba, Varroa Mite, Tracheal Mite, EFB and AFB).
  • Low population size.

OUR UNIQUE METHOD OF ROYAL JELLY PRODUCTION:
In the winter months, there is naturally less pollen. When natural pollen levels decline, bees consume less protein and as a result production is reduced. The use of Caspian Solution prevents nature from limiting the production of Royal Jelly. Bees continue to produce equal or greater amounts of Royal Jelly to feed the larvae and maintain a reserve.